by Adam Preiser updated January 16, 2018

Ultimate Guide To Translate A WordPress Website And Make Multilingual


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Because of the internet, the world is much smaller, but we still have to deal with the language barrier.

Now when people ask how to translate a WordPress website, they can be asking how to do a number of things.

Are you asking a how to change the language of the WordPress admin area?
Are you asking how to change the language of the front end of WordPress?
Are you asking how to make the front end multilingual?

The good part is I cover all of that in this video.

My passion is making the best quality video tutorial online, for non-techies. When I am not behind the camera, I am usually helping out one of my YouTube subscribers.

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  1. 15:39, I saw LifterLMS has not been translated into Italian…
    I have the same problem now I’ve chosen WP settings language to be Chinese but the LifterLMS on the left panel is still English.

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